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Old 08-07-15, 01:33 PM
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Stackable washer and dryer

I want to put a washer dryer here. I know the outlet needs to be gfci but should I have someone lower the tap and cut down the drain so they are below the outlet?

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Old 08-07-15, 03:52 PM
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It customary to have the receptacle above the appliance so that it can be unplugged easily for service..... however the receptacle where it is... is ok too.

I can't see the floor in your picture but the drain line needs to be as tall as the washer to keep the water in the washer from siphoning out by itself.
 
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Old 08-08-15, 06:57 AM
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Drain pipe looks to low to me but can't see floor. Must be higher than water level in washer. Some washers will not work with gfci.
 
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